Three has announced pricing for the iPhone SE, which is on sale today.
The 16GB model starts at £31 a month for 1GB of data. That rises to £34 for 2GB and £40 for 8GB.
All its tariffs have no upfront fee, and include unlimited calls and texts.
The 64GB model starts at £36 a month for 1GB of data. For 4GB, you'll pay £42, while 12GB will set you back £48.
Three was voted the UK's most reliable network by YouGov for seven quarters in a row. Perks include 4G at no extra cost, and its Feel at Home program, whereby you can call home from certain countries for no more than a domestic call. (Though this only applies in certain countries, including the USA, France, Spain and Australia.)
The iPhone SE has hit the shops today. All the major networks offer it, including Vodafone, EE and O2.
It's the most powerful 4-inch phone ever made, packing the internals of the iPhone 6S into a package almost identical to the iPhone 5S.
If you want software features such as Apple Pay and Live Photos but find the 6S a little unwieldy, it could well be the handset for you.